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The Belleville Chamber of Commerce is also a visitor information centre, that is open year-round. Regular Hours Monday-Friday: 8:30am-4:30pm Summer Extended Hours: July 1 – Labour Day Weekend Monday-Friday: 8:30am-6:00pm Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm
Parking available for cyclists out for the day or overnight. Woodburning stove making pizza’s and more. Lakeside cottage rental with paddling access.
Bike rentals, store and service. Tandems & kids trailers also available to rent.
With stunning views of the St. Lawrence River at the eastern edge of the 1000 Islands, Blockhouse Island is a beautiful park that juts out into the mighty St. Lawrence River making it a lovely scenic setting to drive, walk or cycle around. Relax by the river’s edge on Blockhouse Island and watch the colourful pleasure crafts cruise by, enjoy an ice cream cone or have your picture taken in a giant Adirondack chair. The cargo ships travelling the International Seaway are so close you can wave to the crew. Walk through Canada’s first railway tunnel, traveling 500 metres under the City. The tunnel’s south portal is located on Blockhouse Island and was re-opened in August 2017 from end to end with a colourful light and sound show highlighting the tunnel walls and mineral deposits. Blockhouse Island is also home to the Brockville Municipal Harbour. Public washrooms, a licensed outdoor bistro, souvenir shop and visitor information centre are all located in the James A.C. Auld Harbour Services Building. The island, joined to the mainland by a causeway, features special events in summer such as hydroplane races, vintage car show, poker run lunch stop, beerfest, etc.
Bike rentals, store, service, club and bike tours
Bike tours, bike store, service, rentals, club and more
Homemade soups, sandwiches, desserts and specialty coffees. Bring your bike inside with you. See Boboli Cafes racing bike collection on display.
Breakaway Guest Suite is a bright, spacious 2 bedroom suite w/private entrance in Prince Edward County, in the heart of wine country. Set on 5 acres, this is a 700sq foot self contained, self catered living space. There is an open plan living area w/ kitchenette which leads outside to a fully screened patio area. There is a large master bedroom and a smaller 2nd bedroom, both with Queen beds and a brand new bathroom w/custom shower. The kitchenette is equipped w/ microwave, toaster oven, Kruig coffee maker, fridge, kettle etc. and a BBQ outside of the screen room.The living area has satellite TV w/ wide screen. We have ample parking and safe dry storage for your bicycles. We provide you with a remote control for one of the garages to store you bikes and bike stands. Although set on a rural property you are only a 5min. drive to Wellington and all it has to offer and 20 mins. to Picton. The nearest winery is about 200 yards down the road
This is the oldest of all of the Parks of the St. Lawrence. Before the St. Lawrence Seaway came into existence, Brown’s Bay was the only provincial park between Gananoque and the Quebec border. It continues to be a popular stopping point for travellers to enjoy some outdoor recreation en route between Toronto and Montreal. Just 20 kilometres east of Ivy Lea Campground on the Thousand Island Parkway is Brown’s Bay Beach which offers swimming, picnic, playground and boat launch facilities.Brown’s Bay also has six waterfront campsites with an impressive view of Dark Island’s Singer Castle. Facilities •Comfort Station •Food Concession •Boat Launching Activities •Swimming •Picnicking •Playground Camping Attractions •Nearby shopping in Brockville •Cycling on the St. Lawrence Recreation Trail Directions •Mallorytown, Ontario, 1000 Islands Parkway •Exits 648 and 685 on Highway 401
Espresso bar, sandwiches, homemade baked goods in the heart of Old Town Kemptville. LGBTQ+ friendly.
Brockvilles Favourite restaurant featuring roof top outdoor patio with seating for 100. Open for breakfast daily at 730 am. Serving steak and seafood. Very diverse menu with healthy choices.